And here are mine... Small-and-tight for those that...
PIXmantra wrote in post #8263517
MOREOVER, when you downsize that much, you can affor the luxury of substantial sharpening applied at final, resized dimensions, and boost even more whatever detail survived such massive reduction of size.
...that enjoy the artificial "awe" that small, teenie/weenie files can provide:
ISo10,000ec on Eos 1D MarkIII:
And this is the Osprey with mid-tones and highlights beyond ISo25,600 (ISO3200+2.00ec+massive Levels + Curves + FlexNR-v2.0):
Therefore, let me finish by stating something that will certainly broke some "hearts", although the results speak by themselves:
The "high-ISO" performance of Nikon's D3/D700 has been over-inflated
for basically a year and change, except for their ability to cook the files on-board with no external processing (which is a real
productivity gain if you are going to deliver every single file you shoot, whether it is a good frame or not).